Eat Right

Staying Sharp offers nourishing, enjoyable recipes and information about the importance of food. 

Walnuts. Blueberries. Avocado. Fish. Alcohol. Sugar. Though there is no one magic food, there are foods that can help (or hurt!) your health. Foods containing fish oil or omega-3, for example, have consistently shown possible benefits, while supplements and vitamins have mixed evidence. The science is constantly changing. Staying Sharp offers the latest information.

Remember, AARP members get hundreds of healthy recipes and articles with Staying Sharp.  Below is a glimpse of what you could be learning. 


How Good Fats and Bad Fats Affect the Brain

Some fats may actually help nourish your brain. Find out which fats to try eating, while learning about which ones to avoid.

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The Right Amount of Protein to Feed Brain and Body

Experts say many older adults may need to get more protein than the recommended dietary allowance to help our brains and bodies as we age.

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By becoming an AARP Member you can get access to our Guide on Superfoods and much more.  Find out what you get as part of the Superfoods guide here.

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